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ARVC's Spring School Set for February in S.C.

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) is set to help campground owners grow professionally during its Eastern Campus version of the National School of RV Park and Campground Management. Set to be held from Feb. 18-22 at the Embassy Suites by...

Happy New Year From WOODALLSCM.com

The staff of WOODALLSCM.com is taking time off to usher in the New Year, meaning there will be no website updates on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. We will be back in the office on Wednesday (Jan. 2). The staff here at WOODALLSCM.com would like to remind everyone to designate a...

Texas Park Nabs Jellystone’s Highest Award

Six years ago, Don and Jan Tardy and their adult children, Colt and Bree Perrin, acquired the former Whispering Pines RV & Cabin Resort in Tyler, Texas, and began investing in improvements. They joined the Jellystone Park franchise network in 2013. According to a...

Error Forces Park Developers to Redo Hearing

A special use permit for an RV park and campground in Union Hall, Va., previously approved by the Franklin County Planning Commission, once again will undergo the approval process at the commission’s next meeting in January, according to The Franklin News-Post....

Nat. Parks Continue To Grapple With Crowds

Hours spent in a line waiting to enter a national park. Crews working to maintain trails that climb through piny forests and are blighted by piles of human waste. Visitors taking out their rage against fellow visitors and park staff when they can’t find a...

Popular Mich. Sites Book Months In Advance

If you’re hoping to escape all the hustle and bustle by heading to the great outdoors sometime next year, you might want to hurry up and book a campsite as soon as possible, according to the Detroit Free Press. Ron Olson, chief of parks and recreation for the...

Idaho Officials Proposing 3% Tax on RV Sites

Mackay, Idaho, voters in 2019 will decide whether to implement a 3% resort tax on certain items, following recent action by the City Council, according to The Challis Messenger. If approved, the money would be earmarked for spending on fire, police, streets, airport...

Inventory Adjustment Impacts RV Shipments

After running at break-neck speed for the past several years, it appears the RV industry is tapping its brakes. The South Bend Tribune reported that for the fourth consecutive month, shipments from factories dropped compared to the same month a year prior, declining...

Cypress Park Raising Park Fees In New Year

One of the best outdoor getaways in the ArkLaTex will ring in the new year with higher fees. If you like to boat, fish and or camp at Cypress Park, get ready to dig deeper into your wallet, according to KTBS. Beginning with the new year, the fees posted at the...

Forbes: Unique Glamping For Winter Months

Have you always dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights in the middle of the wilderness? Does snuggling up next to a fire while snow falls on the roof of your cabin sound appealing? How about soaking in a hot tub outside in a winter wonderland? Glamping — code word...

ARVC’s Spring School Set for February in S.C.

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) is set to help campground owners grow professionally during its Eastern Campus version of the National School of RV Park and Campground Management. Set to be held from Feb. 18-22 at the Embassy Suites by...

Nat. Parks Are Struggling With Trash & Snow

With no maintenance crews available during the government shutdown, some national parks are closing campgrounds due to overflowing garbage while others are closing roads due to snowy conditions, according to the National Parks Traveler. In Texas, officials at Big Bend...